Wednesday, January 4, 2012

January 04 2012 Travus T. Hipp Morning News & Commentary: The Republican Candidates Review Their Campaigns As We Review The Value Of The 'Iowa Caucus'

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Cabale News ServiceJanuary 04 2012 Travus T. Hipp Morning News & Commentary: The Republican Candidates Review Their Campaigns As We Review The Value Of The 'Iowa Caucus'

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[After the commentary Kris Kristofferson with a few words about what it means to be "The Winner". Courtesy of the respective artists and KPIG Radio Freedom California Earth.]
«o» The Iowa caucuses have ended with millions of dollars spent, and the 'winner' was Mitt Romney who inched out the second place winner Rick Santorum, followed by Ron Paul and then Rick Perry and Michelle Bachmann. Perry and Bachmann are reconsidering the viability of their presidential campaigns right now.

The margin was eight votes between the first three candidates but the most interesting statistic is the fact that Downtown Manhattan has more Republicans than the total Republican votes cast in Iowa... So why should anyone care about the Iowa Caucus decision? More about that in the commentary

«o» President Obama has signed initial sanctions against the Iranian banking industry (which many consider to be the main target of Western interest considering Iran [nor had Libya under Muammar al-Gadaffi], subscribe to the Western international banking clearinghouses and have threatened to take their oil sales and transact them in some other currency besides the US dollar). Meanwhile at the UN where tougher sanctions are being considered China is threatening a Security Council veto even as the Iranians fire three tests of Ship-to-Ship missiles in the Straits of Hormuz and informed the US as one of it's aircraft carriers leaves the Persian Gulf, that they should not return... Leading to this 'defiant' statement by the US government.

«o» In Syria, NO ONE seems to give a 'red rat's rectum' about the Arab League's observers with the Syrian army continuing it's efforts to suppress what appears to be a looming civil war and the rebels, the "Free Syrian Army", who are WESTERN BACKED ARMED REBELS, saying "We will take a decision that will surprise the regime and the whole world," even as the opposition parties, who had been ready just one short year ago, along with the Government, to negotiate, get shoved out of the way by what can only be described as "Thugs with guns".

According to BRITISH BASED "Syrian Observatory for Human Rights", Army deserters killed at least 18 members of Syria's security forces on Tuesday, and they probably know that with some assurance... Because the people killing the soldiers of the still-legitimate-under-law Syrian Army are probably known personally by at least some people who work for that disinformation operation. More at Foreign Policy Magazine Morning Brief

There are also some Mainstream media analyses showing "problems" with the so-called 'rebels'... In Reuters view "Command and Control" is lacking (much like the Libyan "rebels", now engaged in what looks more and more like a civil war). Reuters - Doubts over Syria rebel army after escalation threat

In OTHER News:

Following up on yesterday's report regarding the Taliban's opening of a diplomatic facility in Qatar:
The Guardian reports that in response to the Taliban's decision to open an office in Qatar to facilitate peace talks with the United States, the U.S. has agreed "in principle" to release some former Taliban officials from the Guantánamo Bay detention facility, including former provincial governors Mullah Khairullah Khairkhwa and Noorullah Nori (Guardian). U.S. officials and analysts lauded the Taliban's announcement as a significant step toward finding a political solution to the conflict in Afghanistan (NYT, Post, Bloomberg). Amid the reports of peace talks, at least 12 people were killed in three bomb blasts in Kandahar on Tuesday; one suicide motorcycle attack targeted a police check point, and two explosions later rocked a busy intersection (BBC, Reuters, AP). Meanwhile, construction workers in the northern Afghan province of Balkh discovered a mass grave on Tuesday near the site of a large battle that took place during the civil war of the early 1990s (Reuters). [More @ Foreign Policy with (linkage)]

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